Share ideas & resources for improving health & self-management support
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Started this discussion. Last reply by Martin McCormack Nov 16, 2017. 1 Reply 0 Likes
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New and innovative treatments are being trialled to help treat anxiety. Read more about the use of virtual reality to help people address their phobias.Continue
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We all have our favourite resources and toolkits. How about we all post our favourite ones here and share with the wider Long-Term Conditions Network.
Supporting people to self-manage
This is a brief literature review from the NHS Scotland 2012. Few years old now, but does highlight some useful key…Continue
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Visit the new website. There are lots of great new features including a lot more videos, language resources, approved apps and more.
Let us know what you like, what you don't and suggestions for continuing to improve and…Continue
Posted on October 10, 2013 at 12:23 0 Comments 0 Likes
Kings Fund – Building the House of Care
Delivering better services for people with long-term conditions – Oct 2013
“This paper describes a co-ordinated service delivery model – the ‘house of care’ – that aims to deliver proactive, holistic and patient-centred care for people with long-term conditions. It incorporates learning from a number of…
Posted on November 21, 2011 at 6:22 1 Comment 0 Likes
The Health Navigator NZ team and ADHB have recently released a Self-Management Support Toolkit. This contains useful resources, a programme directory and information that may be of interest to viewers of this website.
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Thanks Janine. I look forward to the conversations!
I may be wrong but would I be right in thinking there has not been much activity on this site recently or am I missing something?
No I dont know Jayne it would be good to hook up with her if I can help. i must admit as an occupational therapist and a life coach I really do believe that there so much that can be done even before chronic care is required in terms of supporting people with healthier coping mechanisms, stress and anxiety management, support with life balance. Not sure what has been happening in chronic care. What is Flinders? Many thanks, Liz
Have not explored yet but will over the coming weeks. Hope this resource helps others. If I have anything to contribute I certainly will. Many thanks. Take care, Liz
Things going well in Whangarei - just finishing off my Masters.
Flinders is still being used in Manaia with CarePlus.
Look forward to seeing the changes to the tools.
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